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A brambleberry leafhopper (Macropsis fuscula) - Oregon - new state and county records



A brambleberry leafhopper (Macropsis fuscula) - Oregon - new state and county records



Cooperative Plant Pest Report 5(36): 683



Macropsis fuscula (Zett.) is recorded in Oregon for the first time, in August 1980 on several species of Rubus in Clackamas County; infestations were heavy on R. laciniatus (evergreen blackberry), R. ursinus (California dewberry) and R. parviflorus (Western thimbleberry), and light on R. occidentalis (black raspberry).

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